Fence Repair Across The South Plains From All-State Fence & Supply
Looking For A Fence Repair Company “Near Me”?
With 3 locations across the region, All-State Fence & Supply is able to service the fence repair or installation needs for people from Amarillo to Clovis, from Lubbock to Plains, and Midland to Pecos and many areas in between. Across the Texas Panhandle, Permian Basin, and Eastern New Mexico satisfied residential and commercial fencing customers have come to rely on our professional teams across the region.
The kind of fence you choose will not just play a key function in the outside style of your home or business, but also provide you with one of the most important advantages of all; security. An expertly set up fence offers every property owner that true sense of security we all desire. Fencing, whether it be wood, chain link or wrought iron, will significantly impact how you feel about the security of your property.
With just over 40 years in business, we’ve built and repaired tens of thousands of fences of every type. We proudly offer the very best in:
- wood fence repair
- chain link fence repair
- decorative PVC fence repair
- wrought iron fence repair
There are usually several questions you want answers to in making a decision about getting repairs made to your fence. Things like, should I repair or replace my fence, how much will it cost, should I upgrade the fence material, and what should I look for in a fence repair company to handle the work?
Before beginning, it’s important to note that the height of the fence will be an important factor in how much it costs to repair it. Wood fences come in heights of 6′, 7′, and 8′ tall. While chain link fences come in sizes of 4’, 5’, 6’, 7’, 8’, 10’ and 12’ Tall.
Should I Repair Or Replace My Fence?
Usually, fence repairs are needed if there is severe weathering, or if parts of the fence have broken. However, violent spring and summer thunderstorms and winter snows can cause trees to fall on utility poles, or onto your fences, which can cause damage to your fence. Even unpredictable occasions, such as motor vehicle mishaps, can ruin or cause serious damage to your fence.
At All-State Fence & Supply, we repair all kinds of fence, decks, railings, and gates. If your fence is broken or has seen much better days, you should consider your options to repair it before you decide to replace it. When it comes to wood fence repair, if part of your wood fence has actually begun to rot, you can change bad slats, pickets or posts with the exact same type of wood, however, the color may not match if the original fence has weathered or is unprotected by stain or sealant.
Generally speaking, if more than 20 percent of your fence boards remain in a state of disrepair, it is most likely time to change your fence. It is a great idea to weigh the expenses and advantages of a large-scale repair work against overall replacement with an expert fence contractor.
Often the decision to repair or replace your fence comes down to costs and affordability. At All-State Fence, our purchasing power in the marketplace allows us to be extremely competitive in our pricing, but we never offer substandard quality materials to beat a competitor on price.
Our trained professionals will come and inspect your damaged fence and provide you with a free no-obligation quote to repair or replace your fence and discuss what the scope of work would be for each one. Thus allowing you to have the information you need to make an informed decision.
Chain Link Fence Repair
Wire mesh or chain link fences are extremely resilient, especially when you use chain link fence materials like GAW, or “Galvanized After Weaving” mesh fence.
However, eventually, any fence can succumb to the elements and begin to rust. If you suspect your chain link fence is in need of repair, call the specialist at All-State Fence.
We will come out and give you our professional opinion on the stability of the entire fence and provide you with a free estimate for both the cost of repair work and the cost of replacement for your chain link fence. We use only the highest quality materials in our chain link fence applications like schedule 40 posts, and mesh that is galvanized after weaving to provide greater longevity for your fence.
We can repair chain link fences in heights from 4′ to 12′ high, in both residential and commercial applications.
It’s worth noting in the discussion of costs, that chain link fences are less expensive, highly durable and need very little maintenance (like numerous of the other fencing choices). This makes them appealing to many homeowners and school administrators.
Wrought Iron Fence Repair
Wrought iron fences can be costly to purchase and install. If you have a wrought iron fence that is rusting, it might well be worth having the rust dealt with and fixed. If the fence is old, or of poor quality, it’s worth considering a replacement when you look at the cost and ability to repair versus the cost to replace. At All-State Fence, we proudly install only the highest quality Ameristar iron fences because of their quality and durability. Wrought iron fences are custom-made and for that reason, will not be a low-cost option to repair or replace.
A side note about the quality of our wrought iron fences: Most iron fences are required to be sanded or repainted every two to three years to preserve their appeal. However, the decorative iron fencing we use is guaranteed for 20 years, with no sanding or repainting required.
Wood Fence Repair
Because of the number of choices available in wood fence applications, it’s important to identify what type of wood fence you have to be able to provide an accurate estimate. In addition to the information mentioned above, other considerations for wood fences are:
Type of Wood Fence – This would include Gothic Point, Board on Board Privacy, Decorative Cap, or Dog Ear.
Type of Wood – Whitewood or some type of Cedar. We use the highest quality Western Red Cedar.
Type of Posts – Wood posts or metal posts.
Because it’s hard to beat the look of classic wood fencing, this is still the most popular choice across the South Plains.
It’s not just that it gives homeowners a sense of personal privacy from the height wood fencing offers, as stated, it remains one of the more attractive choices on the marketplace. They provide homeowners a warm and welcoming sensation and without the costs associated with higher-priced fencing like wrought iron.
On top of that, like all fences, the size and height of the fence (number of feet you might need to repair or replace) will significantly impact the cost. For that reason, a smaller fence will clearly be more affordable than a larger one. On the plus side, wood fences can easily last the lifetime of your home. Much like wood floorings, the quality of your fence will considerably depend upon the type of wood you choose.
We recommend staining and/or sealing your wood fence after it has been repaired (or replaced), as it will add years to the life and beauty of your wood fence.
PVC Fence Repair
If your PVC fence is in need of repair, we have experience in installing or repairing the various types of PVC fences from Ranch Style to White Picket PVC and more.
The posts are PVC sleeves that go on top of wooden posts to add stability to the fence, but likewise, cut down on product expenses by utilizing less wood. Sometimes, the PVC stakes are attached with an adhesive to the crossbars and other times, they are attached with screws.
The appeal of this type of fence is the fact that PVC fences can remain beautiful to look at since they don’t weather or rust over time the way other fence types do. They are extremely resistant to the elements and can last for years. However, for the region, PVC fences are not as popular, because of their susceptibility to the high winds and frequent hail from spring storms.
Considerations on repairing your PVC fence usually come down to costs and durability. Repairing or installing a vinyl fence may have a greater upfront expense, but its low upkeep costs and long lifespan, make vinyl fencing a cheaper option than numerous other fencing types.
If you need an experienced fence contractor in your area to handle repairs to your fence, call the professionals at All-State Fence & Supply.
For fence repairs in Amarillo, call our office there @: 806-655-5700
For fence repairs in Midland, call our office there @: 432-563-1111
For fence repairs in Lubbock, call our office there @: 806-799-3729
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